Arma, Morocco’s leading waste management and recycling company, has announced plans to build a recycling plant in Ivory Coast to contribute towards sustainable development on the African continent.
The announcement was made during a press conference in Abidjan, Ivory Coast’s economic capital, and was attended by Arma’s CEO and high-ranking officials from the Ivorian government.
The recycling plant, to be located in Abidjan, will process various types of waste, including plastic, paper, and metal, with a capacity of 50,000 tonnes per year.
It will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology to ensure efficient and environmentally friendly recycling processes.
Speaking at the press conference, Arma’s CEO emphasized the importance of waste management and recycling in preserving the environment and reducing the impact of waste on human health.
The Ivorian government officials welcomed the initiative and expressed their commitment to supporting Arma in establishing and operating the recycling plant, highlighting its importance in promoting sustainable development and creating employment opportunities.
The establishment of the recycling plant in Ivory Coast is part of Arma’s expansion strategy in Africa, with existing plants in Senegal, Mali, and Cameroon.
The company aims to expand its operations to other African countries in the coming years.
Arma is recognized for its innovative and sustainable waste management solutions, winning several awards for its contribution to environmental sustainability.
The establishment of the recycling plant in Ivory Coast is expected to create employment opportunities, reduce environmental pollution, and contribute to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.